LITTLE Mix’s Jade Thirlwall has shared her pride for her bandmates and admitted she “can’t wait to be an auntie”.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards gave birth just days apart last week, with Leigh-Anne’s sister Sairah, and the band’s manager Sam also welcoming bundles of joy.
Taking to her Instagram Story late last night, Jade was feeling anything but left out as she gushed about the new mums.
After sharing both Leigh-Anne and Perrie’s baby announcement photos to her Story, the beauty added: “My heart is honestly bursting for my sisters.
“Unbelievably proud of these women for handling their pregnancies like the Queens they truly are and bringing a little Little Mix into the world.
“Love you @leighannepinnock @perrieedwards, can’t wait to be the cool Auntie Jade lol”.
Jade then added: “Congratulations too to @sairah_pinnock and @iamsamcoxy what a beautiful bond these babies will have.”
Perrie and her partner Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain welcomed their little one on Saturday, with the star announcing their arrival the following day with sweet black and white photos of the tot.
Leigh-Anne’s announcement was posted the next day, with she and fiance Andre Gray surprising fans after she gave birth to twins.
The singer gushed: “We asked for a miracle, we were given two… 🥺🖤 Our Cubbies are here 😍🖤”
She also confirmed that the babies had been born on Monday 16 – and are five days older than Perrie’s.
Neither star have revealed genders, names, or birth weights – with Little Mix fans hoping that the information will be shared at some point.
Jade’s enthusiasm is a stark contrast to Little Mix’s former bandmate Jesy Nelson, who SNUBBED both announcements on social media after admitting they no longer speak.
Jesy quit the girl group in December after nine years due to the “emotional toll” being in the limelight had taken, with the other three girls previously supporting her through her mental health battle.